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Therapy & Counseling | Financial District, Boston, MA
Dr. Mosaliganti is a post-doctoral fellow at CPA and is privileged to have worked with a range of clients in a variety of settings. She has significant experience performing individual psychotherapy at a Boston-based college counseling center. Additionally, she has served, for seven years, as a Medical Advocate at Boston Area Rape Center and has provided individual-counseling services at the Edith Nourse Rogers Memorial Veterans Hospital and within inpatient settings.
At the core of her practice, Dr. Mosaliganti holds onto the reality that people are highly dynamic and nuanced. Recognizing that the therapy process can, therefore, often be non-linear, shifting between different issues and stages, she fosters a flexible integrative orientation. She particularly tends to draw from CBT, positive psychology, psychodynamic, ACT, and DBT-based approaches. Regardless of the treatment approach, Dr. Mosaliganti, through collaboration with the client, strives to tailor the therapy to align with, prioritize, and nurture the client’s expressed values.
Dr. Mosaliganti received her Bachelors of Arts from Boston College and a Masters of Arts in Psychology from Boston University. She completed her Doctorate of Clinical Psychology at William James College.